Guest, Doug Briney

Guest Occupation: 
musician, veteran's advocate

Guest Name, Doug Herald

Doug Herald - Person, Professional, and Organizational Development
Doug Herald
Vice President of Manufacturing and Business Owner

Doug earned his Bachelor's from Blue Ridge Institute in North Carolina with additional credits from Ohio State University and Xavier University.. He has over 26 years experience in the Food Industry; first working with Sara Lee Foods, then The Wornick Co. and Zwanenburg Food Group USA. He has held positions of increasing responsibility in Warehouse, Maintenance, and Operations. He began his career at Wornick in December, 1994 as a Warehouse Manager. In April, 2001 he moved into Operations as the Project Manager of the Gerber line start-up and then to Production Manager until 2006 when he left Wornick for a short time to be the Plant Manager for the Zwanenburg Food Group USA. Doug returned to Wornick in February, 2007 as Director of Maintenance & Engineering. In November, 2008, while still maintaining his current responsibilities, he also became Director of Manufacturing. Finally, in February, 2010 he became Director of the Operation with Facility’s Maintenance and Engineering. In November of 2013, after successfully incorporating a new Lean Manufacturing Operating System at Wornick Foods, Doug was promoted to Vice President of Manufacturing at Wornick Foods. Throughout this career Doug has worked hard to make a difference in the lives of the people that he has worked for with a servant leadership style that drives deep employee engagement and continuous improvements. Doug has also recently joined the Board of Advisors for SeneGence International. Over the last 7 years Doug has invested heavily in personal and emotional research to drive personal improvement and now looks forward to sharing with people what he has learned. With a tremendous understanding of the completeness of life in every facet, Doug has a passion to teach the completeness of life and leadership through what he calls, "Touching People for Time and Eternity." Doug was born and raised on a family owned farm in Grant’s Lick, Kentucky where, with his brother and sister, he was raised by his grandparents Charles and Edith Peters while his wonderful mom, Alvena, went to work to financially support the family. After high school he went to work for Sara Lee Foods. Doug has been married to Tammie (Sebastian) Herald for 26 plus years and they have three daughters who all currently are attending college.

Satsang with Shusara, May 22, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

In tonight's session Shusara addresses the struggles that seekers are experiencing during these times and explains the significance of why this is happening now. The main topic of the session concerns looking at where you're making your choices from, as it determines your future experience.

Sun of God University, May 18, 2014

Sun of God University with The Hosts - show #28 on BBS Radio!

The Good News, May 11, 2014

THE GOOD NEWS with Reverend Joseph Caesar Show #8

Guest, Maureen Allan

Guest Occupation: 
medium, teacher, spiritual adviser

Satsang with Shusara, May 8, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

Shusara begins the session with a Violet Flame guided meditation. The rest of the session focuses on the listener who asked a question concerning her debt and feelings toward money and the banking system. Shusara guides us though ways of observing our own unconsiously held beliefs and how to recognize when we are identified with a role and a resistance to the role's opposites.

Sun of God University, May 4, 2014

Sun of God University with The Hosts - show #27 on BBS Radio!

Satsang with Shusara, May 1, 2014

Satsang with Shusara with Shusara Akona Kumara

In tonight's session Shusara leadsa guided meditation focusing on the Rays of Light and how to re-qualify the Chakras. She speaks further about doing Ray work and then discusses the importance of functioning from qualified chakras in the world. Particualr attention was placed on the collective disqualified base Chakra and the damage it does to all of us.


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